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Examiner Editorial: Obama's NSA reforms won't prevent invasions of privacy

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President Obama spent more time defending the National Security Agency's widespread data-mining of phone calls and online communications around the world than he did talking about reforming the program in his Jan. 17 speech, which was supposed to be about the latter. Among his defenses was the long-discredited canard that this kind of collection program could have stopped the Sept. 11, 2001,...

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